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How Can I Make Things Up to You???

Tonight, well, your morning, I realized how much I love you. I could not bear to see you cry. I know that if you started to cry, I would cry. When I saw your video, I realized that I didn’t pick up on something I should have.

I want to do things with you. Of course I want to talk with you. But there are other things that I want to do with you, things that are fun. I would love to travel with you. I would love to take you to Paris, and London.

You see, you make me want to be a better person, a better man than I have been.

I also think of projects that I would love to do with you. Like going to Japan with friends, and making videos of us interacting with the local people and eating the local cuisine. And then doing the same for Paris. Or any other city you would like to go to.

I guess, what I am trying to say is that I love you, and I’m not afraid of who knows it.

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